Calendar

Jun
19
Mon
Strong Bones @ Mt. Hood Room
Jun 19 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

The Strong Women Program is a national evidence-based community exercise and nutrition program targeted to midlife and older women. This class is a derivation of that class and is a focus on STRONG BONES. All ages and abilities welcome!

Jun
21
Wed
Strong Women @ Mt. Hood Room
Jun 21 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

The Strong Women Program is a national evidence-based community exercise and nutrition program targeted to midlife and older women. Dr. Miriam E. Nelson and colleagues have developed and evaluated two curricula. The first is a strength training curriculum to help women maintain muscle mass, strength, and function as they age. The second is heart disease prevention curriculum that focuses on aerobic activity and nutrition. All ages and abilities welcome!

Jun
22
Thu
Community Meals @ Mt. Hood Room
Jun 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

A very hearty meal for seniors and all community members is offered nearly every Thursday by a very dedicated crew of volunteers. This is a delicious meal available to Seniors on an “ability to pay” basis, and a small fee of $5.00 to other community members. Come for a great time of visiting and community.

Volunteer help is always needed to prep, cook, serve and clean-up.

Contact Avalon Totten-Denton or Dotty Nelson for more information.

We are always looking for volunteers and donations to keep this wonderful event running smoothly, please see our needs list below and contact us if you can help! Thank you!

Contact: avalontdenton@gmail.com, dotnelson@hoodriverelectric.net

Senior Meals ‘Needs List’:

Jun
23
Fri
Strong Women @ Mt. Hood Room
Jun 23 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

The Strong Women Program is a national evidence-based community exercise and nutrition program targeted to midlife and older women. Dr. Miriam E. Nelson and colleagues have developed and evaluated two curricula. The first is a strength training curriculum to help women maintain muscle mass, strength, and function as they age. The second is heart disease prevention curriculum that focuses on aerobic activity and nutrition. All ages and abilities welcome!

Jun
26
Mon
Movie Making Camp
Jun 26 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Camp Dates: June 26-30, 9 am -2 pm

Learn to  make your own movies! This week-long camp, intended for kids going into 7th-12th grade. Taught by Sean O’Connor.

Sean’s camps are designed to fully immerse participants in the art of visual storytelling. We teach and learn using iPad Pro’s and appropriate mobile apps. I come to the class with nearly 17 years of professional photography and filmmaking.  My personal portfolio site is: www.spovisual.com

During a 20 hour camp we work with up to 10 students to complete 2-3 min. finished documentary pieces. (1 piece per group of 4 students and one “Behind The Scenes” piece).  Students collaboratively learn all about:

>  *   Core elements of story structure ( 3 part story structure, hero’s journey etc.)
>  *   Artistic composition and continuing patterns in nature
>  *   Technical camera functions such as focus, exposure, and white balance (FilmMicPro)
>  *   Composing interview questions
>  *   Conducting interviews
>  *   Editing interviews for engagement and impact (triggering empathy in our audience)
>  *   Composing “B-Roll” shot lists
>  *   Filming b-roll imagery in the field to illustrate the story
>  *   Creating original music arrangements to fit the story mood (GarageBand)
>  *   Editing a completed documentary for public show (iMovie)
>  *   Shooting and editing still images for presentation (SnapSeed)

Here is our latest example of a completed program:
https://vimeo.com/206479763

Strong Bones @ Mt. Hood Room
Jun 26 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

The Strong Women Program is a national evidence-based community exercise and nutrition program targeted to midlife and older women. This class is a derivation of that class and is a focus on STRONG BONES. All ages and abilities welcome!

Jun
27
Tue
Movie Making Camp
Jun 27 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Camp Dates: June 26-30, 9 am -2 pm

Learn to  make your own movies! This week-long camp, intended for kids going into 7th-12th grade. Taught by Sean O’Connor.

Sean’s camps are designed to fully immerse participants in the art of visual storytelling. We teach and learn using iPad Pro’s and appropriate mobile apps. I come to the class with nearly 17 years of professional photography and filmmaking.  My personal portfolio site is: www.spovisual.com

During a 20 hour camp we work with up to 10 students to complete 2-3 min. finished documentary pieces. (1 piece per group of 4 students and one “Behind The Scenes” piece).  Students collaboratively learn all about:

>  *   Core elements of story structure ( 3 part story structure, hero’s journey etc.)
>  *   Artistic composition and continuing patterns in nature
>  *   Technical camera functions such as focus, exposure, and white balance (FilmMicPro)
>  *   Composing interview questions
>  *   Conducting interviews
>  *   Editing interviews for engagement and impact (triggering empathy in our audience)
>  *   Composing “B-Roll” shot lists
>  *   Filming b-roll imagery in the field to illustrate the story
>  *   Creating original music arrangements to fit the story mood (GarageBand)
>  *   Editing a completed documentary for public show (iMovie)
>  *   Shooting and editing still images for presentation (SnapSeed)

Here is our latest example of a completed program:
https://vimeo.com/206479763

Jun
28
Wed
Movie Making Camp
Jun 28 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Camp Dates: June 26-30, 9 am -2 pm

Learn to  make your own movies! This week-long camp, intended for kids going into 7th-12th grade. Taught by Sean O’Connor.

Sean’s camps are designed to fully immerse participants in the art of visual storytelling. We teach and learn using iPad Pro’s and appropriate mobile apps. I come to the class with nearly 17 years of professional photography and filmmaking.  My personal portfolio site is: www.spovisual.com

During a 20 hour camp we work with up to 10 students to complete 2-3 min. finished documentary pieces. (1 piece per group of 4 students and one “Behind The Scenes” piece).  Students collaboratively learn all about:

>  *   Core elements of story structure ( 3 part story structure, hero’s journey etc.)
>  *   Artistic composition and continuing patterns in nature
>  *   Technical camera functions such as focus, exposure, and white balance (FilmMicPro)
>  *   Composing interview questions
>  *   Conducting interviews
>  *   Editing interviews for engagement and impact (triggering empathy in our audience)
>  *   Composing “B-Roll” shot lists
>  *   Filming b-roll imagery in the field to illustrate the story
>  *   Creating original music arrangements to fit the story mood (GarageBand)
>  *   Editing a completed documentary for public show (iMovie)
>  *   Shooting and editing still images for presentation (SnapSeed)

Here is our latest example of a completed program:
https://vimeo.com/206479763

Strong Women @ Mt. Hood Room
Jun 28 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

The Strong Women Program is a national evidence-based community exercise and nutrition program targeted to midlife and older women. Dr. Miriam E. Nelson and colleagues have developed and evaluated two curricula. The first is a strength training curriculum to help women maintain muscle mass, strength, and function as they age. The second is heart disease prevention curriculum that focuses on aerobic activity and nutrition. All ages and abilities welcome!

Jun
29
Thu
Movie Making Camp
Jun 29 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Camp Dates: June 26-30, 9 am -2 pm

Learn to  make your own movies! This week-long camp, intended for kids going into 7th-12th grade. Taught by Sean O’Connor.

Sean’s camps are designed to fully immerse participants in the art of visual storytelling. We teach and learn using iPad Pro’s and appropriate mobile apps. I come to the class with nearly 17 years of professional photography and filmmaking.  My personal portfolio site is: www.spovisual.com

During a 20 hour camp we work with up to 10 students to complete 2-3 min. finished documentary pieces. (1 piece per group of 4 students and one “Behind The Scenes” piece).  Students collaboratively learn all about:

>  *   Core elements of story structure ( 3 part story structure, hero’s journey etc.)
>  *   Artistic composition and continuing patterns in nature
>  *   Technical camera functions such as focus, exposure, and white balance (FilmMicPro)
>  *   Composing interview questions
>  *   Conducting interviews
>  *   Editing interviews for engagement and impact (triggering empathy in our audience)
>  *   Composing “B-Roll” shot lists
>  *   Filming b-roll imagery in the field to illustrate the story
>  *   Creating original music arrangements to fit the story mood (GarageBand)
>  *   Editing a completed documentary for public show (iMovie)
>  *   Shooting and editing still images for presentation (SnapSeed)

Here is our latest example of a completed program:
https://vimeo.com/206479763